Ahrar-ul-Hind was part of TTP [Tehrik-e-Taliban] and other jihadi organizations but split from TTP due TTP's engaging in talks with the Pakistani government. The group vowed to continue attacks in the country despite the outcome of ongoing peace talks. TTP demanded that sharia be implemented throughout Pakistan and the military withdraw from the Federally Administered Tribal areas, where numerous Taliban groups as well as al Qaeda and a host of regional and global jihadist groups are based. According to The Long War Journal (February 11, 2014) "The formation of Ahrar-ul-Hind may also be a ruse by the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan in give it plausible deniability for any attacks its commanders execute during negotiations. Splinter jihadist groups are often formed in Pakistan, only to be reabsorbed after serving their purpose."Centres of OperationsFollowing the 3 March 2014 attack on the Islamabad Session Court, which killed 11 people, eyewitnesses said that the militants…

Ahrar-ul-Hind is an active group formed c. 2014.
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